This is a rare moment. A day to do with what I will. Okay, not the whole day, but a large part of it. Oh! The options are truely endless…..because I’m in Manhattan! Galleries, museums, epic landmarks, the parks, the shops(!); the list goes on. The New York Public Library or people watch at Grand Central Station? Perhaps I’ll pick up some theatre tickets. I’ll meet up with my husband in the evening, but until then, the day is mine…..all mine. And the nicest part? There’s no rush…no schedule….no stress. I’ll see what I see, when I see it. But for the moment ….I’ll enjoy this…and really be here in this moment. The anticipation of a day to myself.
That is bliss.
For whatever we lose (like a you or a me),
It’s always our self we find in the sea.
– e.e. cummings
Photo of the start of Nova Scotia Schooner Association Race (July 2014), out of Riverport.
It was an absolutely spectacular week of races. In Nova Scotia, we are almost completely surrounded by water….nearly an island. Water plays a part in our lives everyday….our livelihood, our recreation, our scenery, our weather. It flavours the very air we breathe. It is our essence.
This post is in response to the daily assignment for Photo 101 – Day 3: Water